South Africa: Cyril Ramaphosa pulls out heavy weapons against criminality
The South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has made a firm resolution, that of deploying the army to get rid of crime, an evil that has become common in the country.
“Lock Down” is the new offensive launched by Cyril Ramaphosa against the rise in crime in South Africa. It is an operation that will be carried out by the South African police and army to eradicate crime. Clearly, this is an investigation into drug cases, the arrest of suspects, the seizure of weapons and drugs.
As a result, about a thousand soldiers were deployed in about 15 districts of Cape Town’s Métis townships where about 12 people a day are killed. According to the army spokesman quoted by our source, the operation is already successful.